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All across the Eurozone, the worry of what will happen next is evident.
Days after a bond sale the Spanish government touted as a success, there are new fears that a bailout of Spain's banks may not have been enough to keep the nation from economic disaster.
In Italy, Mario Monti, the prime minister, continues to insist that Rome is not in need of a bailout. But for some, the implementation of austerity measures will not be enough to save the Italian economy.
In Greece, this weekend's election will determine whether Athens accepts the eurozone's bailout and austerity scheme or if it could be the first nation to drop out of the economic bloc.
Al Jazeera's Sonia Gallego reports.